Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith says he’ll play Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC divisional playoffs.
What he can’t predict is how his sprained left knee will feel during the game.
Will Brinson from CBS Sports talks with Marc James from The Drive about the Superbowl being played in New York City, if the Panthers can bounce back against the Saints in another week when they come to Carolina, and we discuss the track record of Marty Hurney in the NFL Draft.
Check out Pictures From The Steve Smith Foundation Collecting Toys For Safe Alliance At WFNZ AAA Doghouse!
#IceUpSon is becoming a viral hit on the internet thanks to Steve Smith’s comments to New England Patriots CB Aqib Talib on Monday Night Football.
Wide Receiver Steve Smith called in to “The Drive” with Taylor Zarzour and Marc James to set the record straight about his locker room comments, his record setting 800th career reception, and furthering his record with a 3-3 Panthers team.
On this week’s interview with Steve Smith on “The Drive,” Steve Smith talked about how aggressive Ron Rivera was in his play calling against the Minnesota Vikings blowout on both the offense and defensive sides of the ball.
The Carolina Panthers had an impressive win on the road against the Minnesota Vikings, and while both sides of the field played exceptionally, it was the offense’s great defensive plays that was on showcase in the Dome.
Steve Smith joined us in studio for his weekly visit. Here are some of the highlights from Tuesday’s show. We start by asking Steve how the Panthers can turn this season around, then we talk about the dropped balls that the receivers had during the game in Arizona, and we talk about Cam Newton and if he is the franchises quarterback for the future. Plus much more…
Carolina Panthers wideout Steve Smith takes a shot at a referee even though he was one of the goats in Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals.
Mac Attack: 10/04/13: Greg Cosell from NFL Films and the NFL Match up show gave his weekly take on the Panthers and everything else going on in the NFL